Fall 2015 Jared Polis Foundation’s Technology Mini Grant Recipients

1. Jaclyn Chavez, Northeast Elementary School in Brighton: iPad and accessories, $500

2. Jennifer Pennington, Atlas Preparatory School in Colorado Springs: 5 digital hot plates, $1,300

3. Rebecca Knox, STEM Launch K-8 in Thornton: 3 Chrome books, $700

4. Erin Fields, Passage Charter School in Montrose: 8 refurbished Chrome books, $1,000

5. George Fearns, STEM Launch K-8 in Thornton: 3 Chrome books, $700

6. Cori Hixon, Poudre High School in Ft. Collins: technology for theater program, $1,500

7. Ryan Gustafson, Burlington High School in Burlington: video cards and additional RAM, $1,202

8. Janette Barela, Maxwell Elementary in Denver: Technology Conference Registration, $434

9. Danielle Marks, Lincoln Elementary in Delta: Classroom Amplification System, $1,283

10. Emily Haynes, Centaurus High School in Lafayette: Photometer and Spectermeter Kits, $1,376

11. Jareda Phenix, Hallett Academy in Denver: Classroom Amplification System, $745

12. Peter English, Skinner Middle School in Denver: 9 Chrome books, $1,431

13. Nataliia Piankovska, Clayton Partnership Schools in Thornton: 3 iPads, $810

14. Donna Daly, Adams 50 School District Transitions Program 18-21 years old in Denver: 5 Chrome books, $1,435

15. Dena Herskind Palser, Lone Star School in Otis: Epson Interactive Projector, $1,500

16. Kim Walter, Arapahoe Campus in Boulder: Moss Robotics Equipment, $1,489

17. Jacqui Walz, Poudre High School in Ft. Collins: 4 iPad Minis, $1,434

18. Shaula Rhodes, Coronado Hills Elementary in Denver: BrainPop Subscription, $1,500

19. Danielle Ladd, Early College of Arvada in Arvada: Vernier Lab Quest Systems, $1,432

20. Robert Reed, Peak to Peak Charter School in Lafayette: 6 Chrome book Flips, $1,500

21. Chris Schaumber, Carbon Valley Academy in Frederick: Robotics technology, $1,480

Total Support: $24,751